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Fractions - Exploring Part/Whole Relationships
Integers - Representing, Comparing & Ordering
Linear Growing Patterns - Representing
Trigonometric Functions - Graphing Sine (degrees)
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Like concrete manipulatives, these digital tools can be used to explore a variety of mathematical concepts. Students need to bring their own problems to explore.
Newer tools, have a pencil icon which allows for students to
annotate their solution
One way for students to share their work is for them to take a
of their work to share with their teacher or add to their portfolio.
can be used to import images from older tools for the purpose of annotating them.
There are instructions for some methods of
Newer Tools also support
TOOLS WITH SUPPORT PAGES
Click on a button for more information about a specific tool, help videos, PDF supports, and a link to the standalone tool.
- perform simple calculations including square roots and percentage.
- standard trig, log and power buttons as well as unit conversions and a variety of constants
- explore transformations of functions by creating an equation using parameters then changing their values to see how the equation is affected. Up to three functions can be graphed.
represent, compare, order and operate on fractions by dragging strips from the fraction tower into the workspace and manipulating them.
Represent numbers, ratios and percents. Explore patterns and measurement. Create geometric designs. Users can change colours, create mirror images, rotate, and clone selections.
- represent various money amounts using realistic images of Canadian coins and bills.
- write solutions, sketch diagrams, create graphs and record your mathematical thinking using one of four backgrounds (grid, isometric dot, lined, blank)
Number Line Tool
- represent whole numbers and integers using magnitude bars, vectors, number ribbons or hops. Model various operations.
Partitioning Sets by Number
- model 1/n of a set of objects
Explore partitioning of a set. Explore questions like...
Is 1/6 of 12 a whole number?
Can objects be partitioned into 4 subsets of equal size?
a virtual manipulative made up of an unlimited number of triangles, hexagons and other shapes that can be placed, rotated and manipulated in a workspace to model patterns, show number operations or represent fractions.
- virtual representations of various containers that can be filled to represent fractions; pour the contents to model various operations.
- arithmetic racks used to build understanding of whole numbers, number relationships and reasoning for various operations.
Each rod has ten bead, five of one colour followed by five of another colour.
epresent, compare, order, and operate on whole numbers, fractions or decimals by dragging rods from the tower into the work space and manipulating them.
Relational Rods+** includes:
Whole Number Rods
Decimal Number Rods
Note: Relational Rods+ replaces earlier versions of Relational Rods and Whole Number Rods.
Sets of objects can be generated randomly or designed by the user. Sort and classify objects. Create patterns. Represent, compose and decompose whole numbers, tenths, and fractions. Explore experimental probability.
organize objects using ten frames or frames of tenths
scramble objects in the workspace
create new sets while conserving count and the selected attribute options
Most of the Tools were created as part of the
project and can be accessed from the Tool Container icon at that site. In addition, some useful weblinks to external sites are available there.
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